CBSSports.com "San Antonio Spurs shooter Danny Green already has 25 made 3-pointers through the first five games of the NBA Finals. It broke Miami Heat guard Ray Allen's record of 22 threes, that he set with the Boston Celtics back in their 2008 championship run. Green has been open on a lot of his looks..." June 18
Yahoo! Sports "The NBA announced Friday afternoon that it has fined Miami Heat center Chris Bosh $5,000 for violating the league's anti-flopping policy during Game 4 of the 2013 NBA Finals on Thursday. Well, duh. Bosh is the eighth player to receive a flopping fine this postseason. He joins Derek Fisher,..." June 14
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Chris Bosh appreciates that he could be the fall guy, even if he's not the fail guy. But the Miami Heat center said he has come to grips with his name being the one most frequently mentioned as the most expendable of the team's Big Three. As the Heat prepared for Thursday's Game 4 of the..." June 13
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Chris Bosh has decided to put his 12,368-square-foot home on Miami Beach's North Bay Road on the market, the Miami Heat center on Wednesday told the Sun Sentinel. Bosh, however, stressed the decision was made with his family in mind, with his wife, Adrienne, expecting the couple's second child,..." June 13
Miami Herald "Coach Erik Spoelstra has been disinclined to criticize Chris Bosh publicly for his work on the boards, even though he entered Game 2 with the worst playoff rebounding numbers of his career. But privately, the Heat has been pushing Bosh for more in this area. Bosh responded Sunday night with..." June 10
Charlotte Observer "I think the Charlotte Bobcats trading for Miami Heat big man Chris Bosh would turn out like when the Carolina Panthers acquired defensive lineman Sean Gilbert. Gilbert played OK as a Panther. But the trouble the Panthers went to in acquiring him – sending two first-round picks to the Washington..." June 10
CBSSports.com "The Charlotte Bobcats are deep into their rebuilding process right now. After having the worst season in NBA history in 2011-12, they made some progress in 2012-13 with 21 wins. Their core currently includes 19-year old Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (second pick in the 2012 draft), 23-year old Kemba..." June 09
San Antonio Express-News "Miami center Chris Bosh’s recent slump appears to have affected his offensive confidence and production. Bosh’s struggles have seen his scoring dip from 16.6 points per game in the regular season to 12.3 points per game in the playoffs. Bosh is shooting 44.9 percent from the field in the..." June 08
Pro Basketball Talk "It is one of the key images out of Game 1 of the NBA Finals — the Heat are down four late, LeBron James drives into the paint and rather than shoot over the help defender he dishes back to a wide open Chris Bosh at the three point line. The Spurs don’t close at all, basically giving him the shot...." June 08
Miami Herald "Late in Miami’s game against San Antonio on Thursday night, Chris Bosh found himself all alone deep in the corner with the Heat down four points. Even though he missed the first three three-pointers he took in the game, Bosh fired away. He didn’t make it. It’s a shot he will take again. “He..." June 08
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Chris Bosh bashers came out of the woodwork after he went 0-for-4 from 3-point territory, including a critical wide-open miss from the wing with a minute left that would've sliced the Spurs' lead to one point in what became a 92-88 Game 1 loss Thursday. That's why the bulk of Friday..." June 07
ESPN.com "Struggling through his worst scoring stretch in almost a decade, Miami Heat center Chris Bosh apologized to his teammates after Game 6 and hopes to be more assertive in Monday's Game 7 against the Indiana Pacers. Bosh has failed to score in double-digits in three consecutive games for the first..." June 03
ESPN.com "One step away from a third consecutive trip to the NBA Finals, struggling Miami Heat teammates Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh aim to regain enough of a stride to help LeBron James finish off the Indiana Pacers. A sore right knee continues to limit Wade's effectiveness during the least-productive..." June 01
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Chris Bosh is used to it by now. He understands how quickly the public perception can change about his worth to the Miami Heat. One day, he is the team's most important player. The next, he is the weak link. It's been that way the past three seasons, so he is unfazed by shouldering most of..." May 31
Bosh confirmed he tweaked ankle on opening tip Game 5. Said he's "mentally" pushing through, trying to pressure Hibbert
Spoelstra says neither Chris Bosh nor LeBron James were limited this morning by the ankle twists in Game 4.
No update on Chris Bosh (ankle) today, Spoelstra says.
Miami Herald "Chris Bosh predicted his clashes with Indiana center Roy Hibbert, the prototypical 7-2 immovable object, would be pivotal to the fulfillment of the Miami Heat’s Eastern Conference championship aspirations. While the Pacers rely on their bigs, the Heat practices modern small ball, or as Coach..." May 23
Miami Herald "If his side wasn’t hurting so badly, Chris Bosh would have destroyed the Heat’s locker room out of frustration the night his abdominal muscle decided to give out. Emotionally, Bosh said he “went into a rage” after being injured in Game 1 against the Indiana Pacers in the 2012 Eastern..." May 22
Fox Sports Florida "Chris Bosh didn’t wait long to get pumped over facing the Indiana Pacers in a playoff rematch from last year. “As soon as Indiana won,” the Miami Heat big man said Monday. “Last time, it was more difficult because (our first) series got pushed out so long (to five games), we didn’t know who we..." May 20
Miami Herald "A year ago, while the Heat was battling the Indiana Pacers, Chris Bosh was instead battling pain and frustration, pushing through an abdominal injury that sidelined him for nine playoff games before a Game 5 return in the Eastern Conference finals. Not only was walking and simply getting up..." May 19
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "After leaving the heavy lifting to the supporting cast the previous game, the Miami Heat will have their star power back. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are expected to play Friday against the Boston Celtics at AmericanAirlines Arena. All missed Wednesday's game versus the Washington..." April 12
Chris Bosh, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade will all play in tonight's Heat game.
No Big Three for Heat tonight. Resting LeBron.
Miami Herald "Fans will be fortunate to see the Big Two-Thirds, much less the Big 3 during the last six games this season. LeBron James said Tuesday morning he would be a scratch for some of the last six. Dwyane Wade will travel to Washington for Wednesday’s game, but is no lock to play. Center Chris Bosh..." April 10
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Miami Heat center Chris Bosh is a game-time decision for Tuesday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. Bosh missed the morning shootaround because he was experiencing flu-like symptoms. Coach Erik Spoelstra said "we'll see how he feels this afternoon." It would mark the second straight game..." April 09
Official now: Wade and Bosh out. Bosh may not travel to Washington either. Wade will.
Real GM Basketball "LeBron James hopes to return to the lineup for the Miami Heat on Saturday night, but Chris Bosh may sit against the Philadelphia 76ers. James has sat out Miami's last three games with a strained hamstring. Dwyane Wade, Mario Chalmers and Ray Allen have all sat out games with injuries..." April 07
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Chris Bosh has yet to decide on a title for the book. One day, he may pen something on his experiences of going from primary player to the often-scrutinized third option for the Miami Heat. He just has to figure out a name for it. "I don't know," Bosh said. "But it will be something..." April 04
NBC Miami "Miami Heat player Chris Bosh and his wife returned home from his 29th birthday party to find they had been robbed of $340,000 worth of jewelry and purses, but his 2012 NBA Championship ring was left untouched, Miami Beach Police said Thursday. Police said they got the call about the burglary at..." April 04
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "For so much of this streak, it has been about winning in a variety of ways for the Miami Heat. They have done it some nights on talent, some on grit and, at times, simply outlasted the opponent. Add doing it with anger to the list. The Heat appeared to see a little red, flaring the..." March 16
New York Post "There was that endearing game that opened the season for the Knicks in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The Heat lost by 20 in the Garden. Move ahead a little more than a month and in a re-match with the Carmelo Anthony-less Knicks, the Heat dropped another 20-point heartbreaker — in Miami no..." March 04
Palm Beach Post "With six minutes left Sunday night, three faces looked quite familiar. So did the situation. There they were, the Heat’s three All-Stars, in a tight contest with a collective chance to close out. Yet, this time, Erik Spoelstra had sent out Carmelo Anthony and Kyrie Irving, rather than Shane..." February 18
Bleacher Report "One thing to take from the expletive-filled rant that Lil Wayne recently provided is that he might not be the biggest of Miami Heat fans. Oh, and he has some beef with Chris Bosh, and he claims to have slept with the All-Star forward's wife. Big Lead spotted this video of Weezy throwing..." February 18
Pro Basketball Talk "Chris Bosh has shooting range. Swin Cash can flat out shoot the rock. And Dominique Wilkins is Dominique Wilkins. “My elbow is sore now, I haven’t shot like that in a few years,” Wilkins says. Nonetheless, Team Bosh won the Sears Shooting Stars competition that kicks off All-Star Saturday..." February 17
Miami Herald "Chris Bosh’s fatal flaw is that he makes the game look too easy. His fatal mistake is that he has perfected a facet of the game that can’t be slowed down and cut up and edited and slapped together for a highlight reel. Because, really, who wants to watch the best midrange jump shooter in the..." February 16
Erik Spoelstra confirms to Dr. Jack Ramsay during @NBAonESPNRadio sitdown that @chrisbosh will indeed start for Rajon Rondo in All-Star Game
SB Nation "Chris Bosh and Ray Allen will play on Sunday as their Miami Heat face the Los Angeles Lakers, according to Ethan J. Skolnick of the Palm Beach Post. Bosh had missed the last two games -- a Friday win against the Los Angeles Clippers and a Wednesday victory against the Houston Rockets -- with a..." February 10
Miami Herald "On the night the Clippers got everyone back for the first time this season, the Heat was without two of its top four scorers. Chris Bosh missed his second game in a row with flu-like symptoms, and Ray Allen was sick as well for Friday’s marquee game against the Los Angeles Clippers. Bosh,..." February 09
Dwyane Wade will play in tonight's #HEATgame. Chris Bosh (flu) & Ray Allen (flu) are both out.
Chris Bosh (flu), Ray Allen (flu-like symptoms), & Dwyane Wade (not feeling well) all missed this morning's shootaround.
Heat reporting Chris Bosh (cold) as a game-time decision for tonight against Rockets.
Hot Hot Hoops "Erik Spoelstra knows exactly what he's doing. I'm not just referring to his decision that is expected to be announced shortly, but also the inevitable suspense that is building with each passing day. "Wouldn't it be so much more fun with some suspense?" - Spoelstra said He's milking it..." February 05
Fox Sports South "Chris Bosh believes the Miami Heat are about to make history. And he doesn't care how it's done. The Heat center is expecting his coach, Erik Spoelstra, to name him to start the Feb. 17 All-Star Game in Houston. He then would join LeBron James and Dwyane Wade in making Miami the first team..." February 05
ESPN.com "Tonight, the Miami Heat visit the Brooklyn Nets in a game that may feature as many as five future Hall of Famers -- LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Ray Allen, Deron Williams, and... Chris Bosh? Surprised? Well, just ask Bosh himself: "I've been a Hall of Famer like four years ago," he told FOX..." January 30
Fox Sports Florida "In Chris Bosh's rankings, he's right at the top. But Bosh doesn't get to vote for himself. The Miami Heat center will find out Thursday night if he'll be named to his eighth consecutive NBA All-Star Game. Or will he be watching the game on TV for the first time since 2005? "I have..." January 24
Palm Beach Post "In the end Wednesday night, the four were on the floor, four men with a combined 35 All-Star selections, four men giving all in attendance a sense of how they earned them. There was LeBron James, putting the finishing touches on a triple-double with five more rebounds. There was Ray Allen,..." January 24
Hot Hot Hoops "The NBA All-Star Game amounts to little more than a glorified exhibition that only slightly improves on the unwatchable Rookie/Sophomore match. Nonetheless, fans and writers alike use certain credentials to compare players -- championships, MVPs, All-NBA Team selections and yes, All-Star..." January 23
Palm Beach Post "Dwyane Wade is always surprised when he hears about the number of All-Star appearances for elite players who preceded him, such as Alonzo Mourning and Tim Hardaway, and it doesn't compare to what he's accrued. And, so he when he considers his own total, which rose to nine with Thursday's..." January 18
Miami Herald "One day after passing up a potential game-tying shot at the buzzer against the Portland Trail Blazers, Heat center Chris Bosh said he made the right play. The Heat, 0-2 on its current six-game road trip, lost to the Trail Blazers 92-90 on Thursday night. On the game's final play, LeBron James,..." January 12